The switch does not control that light. The switch controls another light or it may control a wall outlet or outlets. In very rare instances the switch has shorted out and needs replacing.
A single pole switch controls a light or outlet at one location. A 3 way switch controls a light or outlet from 2 locations.
If the switch just controls the outlet you would remove the switch and just wirenut the wires that went to each side of the switch together. Put a blank switch plate to cover the box. If the switch controls outlet and something else you need to determine if there is a seperate direct connection to each and then remove the outlet connection and wirenut the black lead to the outlet directly to the black lead on the supply side of the switch.
You will have to run a separate wire from the wall outlet to the point at which you want to install the ceiling fan. Or you can just run a new wire from the wall switch to the point where you want to mount the ceiling fan. Either way you can control power to the fan from the wall switch.
You first need to determine where the supply voltage is coming from. Black is hot and white is neutral. All the neutrals are connected together. The hot is switched. You need to get power to the fan wires and switch the hot side to the fan.
See: "How can you re-wire a wall switch that controls an outlet to control a ceiling fan?" (Follow the link below.) The procedure is the same whether the new device is a light fixture or a ceiling fan.
You need two separate switches. You can get two switches that are in the same form factor as a single switch (2 gang switch). You use one switch for the outlet and the other for the light. You switch the black wires which are "hot".
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Most switched outlets have one half that's hot all the time. If that's the case it will be as easy as changeing the outlet. In the center of each side of the outlet there is a small piece of copper connecting the two screws. Look and see if the copper piece is broken on the hot side, if it is then replace the outlet using the constant hot. Cap off the unused wire from the switch. If both sides of the outlet are switched then you can remove the two wires from the switch and tie them together. then either replace the switch and have a dummy or put on a blank cover. You should be all set.
There isn't a control board - the controls are all in the switch.
You switch the carborator with the ac and then rewire the inside to the dashboard
You will need a receptacle that you can wire each outlet separately (not jumpered). You would then wire the switch in series on the line conductor with the outlet you want switchable. Wire the other outlet directly to the power source. You can jumper the neutral from one outlet to the other.